Marta and Verónica Boquete spoke to UEFA.com after Tyresö FF were narrowly beaten 4-3 by VfL Wolfsburg in a gripping UEFA Women’s Champions League final in Lisbon.
Wolfsburg joy at title defence
An "over the moon" Martina Müller spoke to UEFA.com after scoring the winning goal for VfL Wolfsburg in the UEFA Women’s Champions League final for the second year in a row, while team-mate Nadine Kessler was left "speechless" by the German club's 4-3 victory over Tyresö FF.
Coaches reflect on classic final
Ralf Kellermann told UEFA.com of his pride after VfL Wolfsburg came back to defeat Tyresö FF 4-3 in the UEFA Women’s Champions League final, a result which his counterpart Tony Gustavsson admitted was tough to take.
Finalists preview Lisbon showdown
International team-mates, but opponents in the 2014 UEFA Women’s Champions League final, Swedish duo Nilla Fischer and Caroline Seger preview Tyresö FF and VfL Wolfsburg’s showdown at Estádio do Restelo.
Monzul primed for final challenge
UEFA.com caught up with 2014 UEFA Women's Champions League final referee Kateryna Monzul and found out how she is preparing to take charge of the showpiece in Lisbon.
Tyresö's Press to 'embrace' Wolfsburg test
Tyresö FF's United States international striker, Christen Press says that the Swedish club's "dynamic attacking line" can help them to UEFA Women's Champions League glory in Lisbon.
Kessler ready for Wolfsburg repeat
VfL Wolfsburg's Nadine Kessler says that hard work and team-work have been key to her side reaching a second consecutive UEFA Women's Champions League final, as the German side look to repeat their exploits of London a year ago.
Coaches look ahead to women's showpiece
UEFA Women's Champions League final coaches Ralf Kellerman and Tony Gustavsson are gearing their sides up for a tough encounter when VfL Wolfsburg meet Tyresö FF in Lisbon.
Marta motivated by Tyresö mission
Marta says Tyresö FF "are motivated" and "want to leave a mark on the history of European football" as the Swedish side prepare to take on VfL Wolfsburg in the final of the UEFA Women's Champions League final.
Ralph to sing at Lisbon final
One of Portugal's most popular artists, Anselmo Ralph, says it is "an honour" to sing at the UEFA Women's Champions League final in Lisbon as he prepares to take the stage at Estádio do Restelo.
2008: Frankfurt make history
The seventh UEFA Women's Cup final provided a moment of history as 1. FFC Frankfurt overcame Umeå IK to become the competition's first three-time champions.
Goessling eyes Wolfsburg repeat
Lena Goessling was player of the match as VfL Wolfsburg won last year's final and 12 months on she speaks to UEFA.com about their road to this season's Lisbon decider and her hopes of a title defence.
2004: Marta magic earns Umeå glory
Watch highlights of the 2004 final as Brazilian sensation Marta announced herself as a great in the making as Umeå IK became the first club to retain the UEFA Women’s Cup.
Popp joy, Potsdam regret
VfL Wolfsburg's Alexandra Popp paid tribute to her team's resolve after the holders clinched a place in the UEFA Women's Champions League final, while FFC Turbine Potsdam's Julia Simic said her side were "punished" for their "mistakes".
Both sides content with all-German draw
1. FFC Turbine Potsdam captain Stefanie Draws and VfL Wolfsburg forward Alexandra Popp gave their thoughts to UEFA.com after the goalless first leg of their UEFA Women’s Champions League semi-final tie.
Birmingham, Tyresö happy with clean sheets
Aoife Mannion helped Birmingham City LFC hold Tyresö FF 0-0 but like her colleagues felt they could even have won, while the visitors believe the first-leg scoreline suits them. Both sides spoke to UEFA.com.
UEFA Women's Champions League final four
Last-four place ‘special’ for Potsdam
1. FFC Turbine Potsdam’s Tabea Kemme and Lia Wälti said that making the semi-finals of the UEFA Women’s Champions League was “special”, while ASD Torres CF were pleased with an improved display in the second leg against the German club.
‘Sky is the limit’ for Birmingham
Birmingham City LFC’s Karen Carney said that “the sky is the limit” after her side upset Arsenal LFC to make it into the semi-finals of the UEFA Women’s Champions League for the first time, while Arsenal’s Kelly Smith admitted that the “better team” had won.